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North District:
Coral Cove, DuBois, Jupiter Beach, Carlin, Ocean Cay, Juno Beach, Loggerhead

Daily information is available regarding the swimming conditions at County-operated beaches.
All beaches guarded by Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue​ are open for swimming. ​​​​

​​​​​After 9:00 am, information about water and weather conditions, as well as the presence of hazards such as Man-O-War or Sea Lice, is available online. When you arrive at a lifeguard protected beach, please check the Daily Conditions Board and Flag(s) being flown from the tower for current onsite conditions, as they may change throughout the day. See locations daily beach conditions information below:

North Palm Beach County



July 26, 2021 


Rip Current Risk = Light

Air Temperature:83' - 88' (which will "feel like" 100+)
Water Temperature:83'
Wind Direction & Speed:SSW @ 5 mph / SE @ 5 - 10 this afternoon
Surf Conditions:<1'  windswell with light north drift
Warning Hazards:Fish Activity, Underwater Rocks, Seaweed
Weather Conditions:Partly Cloudy with a passing storm possible.
Rain Chance:30%
Low Tide at Jupiter Inlet:

4:49 pm

High Tide at Jupiter Inlet:

10:57 am

Reminder of the day:

Avoid heat emergencies by limiting exposure and utilizing shade and fluids. 

 Have a safe beach day!


 South Palm Beach County


​Date:July 26, 2021

Rip Current Risk = Low

Peanut Island has lifeguard protection on weekends only.

Air Temperature:89
Water Temperature:84
Wind Direction & Speed:​​SE @ 5 - 10 mph

Surf Conditions:

Calm conditions
Warning Hazards:Underwater Rocks and Seaweed
Weather Conditions:Sunny
Rain Chance:10%
Low Tide at Boynton Inlet:6:47 am
High Tide at Boynton Inlet:12:23 pm
Reminder of the day:
Read the beac​h condition boards at beach accesses for specific beach information.  Avoid heat emergencies by limiting exposure, utilizing shade, and drinking plenty of fluids!